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Aspiration Not Needed, But Vaccine must not be given Intravenously

Updated on October 01, 2021 at the 00th hour
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DISCLAIMER: Expressed views on this blog are my own.

Health agencies training are lacking clearly. Why not aspirate if the vaccine is not supposed to be given intravenously?

If someone asks for aspiration, what's with the resistance to doing it? If you don't know how to do it, then say it so a decision can be made. This is one of the reasons why health agencies will get resistance and misinformation about vaccines. It is a very valid question and no studies are done to address it.

If the incidence of myocarditis is connected to vaccines and the possibility that intravenous injections may have been done because there was no effort to check if the needle hit a vein and the health agency takes zero steps to see if one of the obvious/easiest ways could be ruled out then why the fuck should I take any vaccine? Why the hell should I trust you with my health? Idiots.

Aren't I lucky that the vaccine injections I've gotten so far haven't hit a vein. Request aspiration in the future to VALIDATE a vessel has not been hit.

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